As a human, there are essentially three things that we can train: our craft, our body, and our mind. And everyday is an opportunity to train these areas and develop the skills that keep them working at an optimal level–– to explore the boundaries of what’s possible with who we already are and who we could be. You probably are already working on your body and craft in some way but training your mind is what we dedicate our time to unpacking and understanding here at Compete to Create.
Starting along the journey of training your mind – there are no hacks, no shortcuts, no secrets to getting this work done. We all have extraordinary potential and high performance capabilities within us; but the way that we individually express them and choose to embrace setbacks and grow is what makes us unique.
Before starting mindset training, we like to calibrate on the concept and definition of high performance. It can look and feel different to each person. Part of this initial self-discovery process is articulating your individual definition of high performance. Consider these questions: What is your best? Who determines your best? Do you believe that you are in control of you own mind and that you can train it to be better? What does better even look like for you?
The program that we have developed at Compete to Create sets you on a path of not only gaining knowledge and insight, but building useful skills and lasting habits. Mindfulness is a foundational practice. We help you uncover the psychological framework of why you do things the way that you do and find the opportunity to make changes and improve.
Here’s another way to think about it: How do you approach your world? What are some daily habits that shape your life? There is a science and an art to high performance strategies and we are here to share those so you can pursue your best– whatever your best means to you.
The goal is to reveal and build that capacity and potential that you already have within you – to be more vibrant and fresh so you can flourish and express your true self on a daily basis. This work demands commitment though. There’s no magic pill or silver bullet to put you on the fast track. It’s a promise that you have to make to dedicate yourself to finding and becoming the best you.
Are you ready to take the first step to training your mind?